Return of 78 refugees from Turkey

21/11/2019 12:12:00

The Office of the Ministry of Immigration and Displacement in Turkey announced the return of (78) Iraqi refugees to their places of origin in the provinces of the country through the port of Ibrahim Khalil in Zakho district of Duhok province.


On Thursday, the Director General of the Department of Immigration Affairs at the Ministry of Student, Tale Asghar Dosa said in a statement received by PUKmedia: "The Ministry has returned today a new meal of Iraqis in Turkey as part of its program of voluntary weekly return," noting that "the return trip for Iraqi refugees Turkish (Ankara, Samsun, and Grum) regions. "


Dosa continued: "The return was organized in cooperation with the office of our ministry in Turkey and the Ministry of Transport at Ibrahim Al-Khalil port to transport the returnees from Turkey by road in buses allocated by the ministry to transport them to their places of origin in the country."





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